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by Brownell Library
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St. Michael's College Professor Susan Ouellette leads a discussion about the subject matter behind the book "Bread and Roses, Too" by American novelist Katherine Paterson. Susan M. Ouellette is Professor of History and American Studies at Saint Michael’s College and the author of US Textile Production in Historical Perspective: A Case Study from Massachusetts.The talk is in association with the Vermont Humanities Council's 'Vermont Reads' statewide community initiative. 
Topics: First Wednesdays, labor, women's history
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by Center for Research on Vermont
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During the War of 1812, the village of Burlington, VT, served as a supply depot, campground, and major hospital site for the United States Army. While little trace of the military's presence remains visible today, poignant evidence of this often overlooked early nineteenth-century conflict survives below ground, awaiting rediscovery. As a result of new construction projects, between 2002 and 2005, the university of Vermont Consulting Archaeology Program excavated fifteen burials on North street...
Topics: War of 1812, Burlington, Center for Research on Vermont
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by Center for Research on Vermont
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Session participants discuss the discovery of forgotten cemeteries from various perspectives and examine issues related to local communities, such as Burlington and the War of 1812 Cemetery, as well as repatriation of Native American human remains, and identifying and protecting unmarked cemeteries.
Topics: War of 1812, Vermont history
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by Champlain College
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Game Studio Seniors developed 10 games, representing a variety of genres, that were selected to be showcased at the Senior Game Show on April 27, 2018, in the Alumni Auditorium.
Topics: Champlain College, video games, game design
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by Champlain College
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2019 Champlain College student video showcase
Topics: student video, Champlain College
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by Cradle to Grave Arts
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The Neighborhood Project was a trio of public art performance events during 1999 that explored, through the lens of art, Burlington's urban places. They focused on the city's inhabitants, their homes, their gathering places, the memories shared and those uniquely individual, and addressed the question: What makes a vibrant neighborhood? This was produced in partnership with Burlington Community Land Trust and Burlington's Community and Economic Development Office.
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by Cradle to Grave Arts
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The Bus Barns Project was a site-specific dance/theatre performance presented June 9 & 10, 2000 that focused on transportation and its effect on our lives. It honored this 130 year old public transportation site – Vermont Transit Bus Repair Barns – and opened the door to its new incarnation as affordable rental housing and start-up businesses. The Bus Barns Project was produced in partnership with Burlington Community Land Trust and Burlington’s Community and Economic Development...
Topics: Burlington, Vermont history, transportation, public transportation
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by Ferrisburgh Children's Theater
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Ferrisburgh Children's Theater presents  Little Red Robin Hood ,   featuring 5th and 6th graders from Ferrisburgh Central School. Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc.
Topic: school play
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by Fleming Museum
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A Conversation with Alison Bechdel, James Kochalka, and Edward Koren: Vermont Cartoonist Laureates Past and Present. Co-sponsored by The Center for Cartoon Studies with support from UVM’s Center for Research on Vermont
Topics: cartoons, illustrators, graphic novels
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This is the second part of a 2-part series. First part is at http://youtu.be/WtOOOAO52bg
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Abhi Dodgson: "Born from the Mountains" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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Climate change, diminishing energy resources, healthcare inflation, job and workforce shortages, and value added economic development require a new type of thinking and culture – a culture that stimulates innovation, creativity beyond past paradigms, and people helping people to allow for a future of optimism, growth, and prosperity. When properly supported and delivered, STEM education – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – combined with art, business, a cross section of...
Topics: RETN, RETNVT, innovation, new product development, patent education, product design
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2012 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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The Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies and Hotel Vermont present the Female Founder Speaker Series featuring Jovial King of Urban Moonshine. Featuring female entrepreneurs from around the state, the series aims to share what it takes to start a company from the ground up. Every month, from January to June, two speakers representing a featured industry will share the story of their business, how to get started, lessons learned, where they hope to go in the future, and more. This is a media...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Explore the many ways light influences our perspectives on art, nature, spirituality and the world around us with Fran Stoddard, former Vermont PBS host of Profile. This episode features a conversation with Rick Smardon and Marshall Webb. Conversations is an annual 3-part series exploring themes surrounding art, humanity, nature and spirituality. It is co-presented by All Souls Interfaith Gathering, Shelburne Farms, Shelburne Museum, Pierson Library, and with media support from RETN. The title...
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The 2007 Burlington Book Festival is dedicated to the distinguished Irasburg novelist. Howard Frank Mosher reads from his new release, "On Kingdom Mountain," and offers an entertaining slide presentation entitled "Where in the World is Kingdom County?"
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On Wednesday, April 24, three community media centers duked it out for nearly three hours to determine which one would rule the Champlain Valley.....lanes that is. Watch highlights of this epic battle, and see some of the best darn bowling any of us have done in years. Representing Channel 17: Team Average = 110 Scott M. and Matt K. Representing VCAM: Team Average = 125 Bill, Matt G., Jim, Tyler, Elizabeth, Becky, and Mike Representing RETN: Team Average = 133 Doug, Drew, Ross, Scott C. and Jess
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Tracey D'Amato shares the reason she is a teacher in RETN's new series called "why?"
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PHOENIX BOOKS - more authors at http://retn.org/phoenix As Burlington grew into a city out of wilderness, more citizens meant more opportunities for crime. Horse thefts, murders and drunken brawls swamped the young and prosperous city. Those misdeeds inspired the first officers of what would become the Burlington Police Department to serve and protect. Step behind the scenes of the Griswold murder case, the Mad Riot of 1898 and the murder of Officer James McGrath. Glimpse the dangers of police...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2013 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Host David Frye, from the Pride Center, explains how to start your own community group and provides resources. David Frye is the Disability Network Group Facilitator at the Pride Center of VT
Topics: disability, GLBTQIA
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A Vermont resident shares her opinion on whether or not to base F-35s in Burlington.
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Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2012 event was held at Main Street Landing's Film House on the waterfront of Burlington, Vermont, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. RESOURCES http://www.youngwritersproject.org http://www.retn.org/young-writers-pro... http://digital.vpr.net/term/young-wri... http://burlingtonbookfestival.com
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Mark has been creating art for as long as he can remember, from painting as a youth to photography in college on to woodworking as an adult. Mark learned traditional and non-traditional methods of creating furniture and folk art as an apprentice to cowboy furniture maker L.D. Burke III and folk artist Ed Larson in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His influences range from the spontaneous pop art iconography of Keith Haring to the creative and improvisational expressions of the music of Jimi Hendrix and...
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Eric Ford is currently the Communication Director at Burlington City Arts, where for the past 8 years in addition to his work roles, has regularly programmed contemporary film series. Ford is also the Co-Founder of the Burlington Film Society, which began in 2012, and on the advisory board of the Vermont International Film Foundation. Eric attended the Maine College of Art and graduated with a BA in Communication from the University of Southern Maine. He lives in Westford, VT with his wife and...
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Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2012 event was held at Main Street Landing's Film House on the waterfront of Burlington, Vermont, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. RESOURCES http://www.youngwritersproject.org http://www.retn.org/young-writers-pro... http://digital.vpr.net/term/young-wri... http://burlingtonbookfestival.com
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Rob Hunter, executive director of Frog Hollow, invites you to a free and open-to-the-public screening of five new films feature Frog Hollow Artisans. Join Frog Hollow, RETN, and Burlington College as they present these short documentaries at the Frog Hollow Gallery on Church Street in Burlington, Vermont. Festivities begin at 6 p.m. on April 30, 2013.
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Ava Kendrick: "Wishes" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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Anthill Collective, Dealer.com, The Spot on the Dock and Lake Champlain Transportation Company host Vermont’s first ever public art project showcasing artists from throughout the Northeast working on one giant canvas called Above The Radar. Over 30 artists work over the course of the weekend to bring explosions of color to the 260’ of wall located at 1 King St. in Burlington. The mission of this event is to raise awareness and help to eliminate the stigmas associated with graffiti as an art...
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Phil Baruth focuses on Patrick Leahy's stunning underdog election to the Senate in 1974. It is a story that no one has told in any real detail, but it is in essence the story of Vermont's entry into the postmodern campaign era. Leahy prevails - in spite of the damning facts of being very young, very Catholic, and worst of all, a committed Democrat - because he and his team adopt a ground-breaking approach to media: Leahy's battered sedan becomes an ersatz production studio, capable of producing...
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Host Doug Webster speaks with Flute Maker Brian Merrill. Brian Merrill, artist, craftsman and designer, lives in Colchester, Vermont. He graduated from Florida State University with a Degree in Fine Arts. He has 30 years of experience in fine art, woodworking and product design. Currently he's developing new concepts in woodwind instruments. They're based on Native American style fipple flutes and incorporate new technologies such as laser cutting of wood to create cutting edge designs. He's a...
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Stephen Bissette, comics artist and instructor at The Center for Cartoon Studies, introduces Victor Halperin's 1932 horror classic WHITE ZOMBIE, starring Bela Lugosi. Stephen R. Bissette earned kudos, awards, and scars working 24 years in the comicbook industry. He graduated in 1978 as a member of the pioneer class of The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon & Graphic Art, Inc. in Dover, NJ and subsequently made his mark as a cartoonist, writer, editor, publisher, and co-publisher, won many...
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A sneak peak at what happens during one of RETN's iPad workshops. Find out how you can make better videos. Learn more and register at www.retn.org/iPadWorkshop.
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Automobilia" may evoke very different reactions in different people, but for sculptor Aaron Stein, it means art. Old license plates, photos of cars used as planters, a shadow box with a police cruiser and a doughnut- whichever of his automobile-themed pieces one looks at, Aaron Stein's nostalgic assemblages will be sure to evoke a response. Having worked in many mediums, Stein draws from all of them in creating his sculpture. Drawing, painting, sculpting, photography, wood and metal...
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In this excerpt, structural engineers and architects question the government's theory that asymmetrical damage and fires in World Trade Center building 7 caused a symmetrical collapse. Learn how to order your DVD copy at http://911expertsspeakout.org/ This excerpt was selected to promote RETN's airing of the Burlington, Vermont premiere by Richard Gage, AIA. You may watch the full event which features Gage's introduction to the film, his film, and his answers to questions at http://bit.ly/ReOYV4
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Xenia Dunford is a musical nomad and unabashedly honest lyricist, Xenia's music is made of the stuff of life. Her songs are inspired by the human condition and heavily steeped in her own experience. She is a trained vocalist, self-taught multi-instrumentalist, mildly amusing amateur author, and an impetuous ingenue desperately seeking love and affection with a penchant for alliterative banter... all without seeming too desperate. ArtsRiot: artsriot.com/events/rocketshoplivenovember Big Heavy...
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Burlington School Superintendent Yaw Obeng provides information on the proposed 2016-2017 school budget. Burlington voters will go to the polls on March 1st and cast their ballots on the school budget. For more information about the budget visit bsdvt.org. For Burlington Town Meeting voting information and a list of polling sites visit burlingtonvt.gov/CT/Elections.
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CMF'S RENEWED CULTURE OF INNOVATION: MAKERS ON SCREEN with Doug Webster The emerging Maker Movement has inspired many to pursue design, development, and production of new products that are exciting, utilize new open source technologies, and help make our world a better place. With the onset of "open source," crowdsourcing of ideas, talent, and support is becoming more and more mainstream. Crowdsourcing is the process of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting...
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Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2012 event was held at Main Street Landing's Film House on the waterfront of Burlington, Vermont, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. RESOURCES http://www.youngwritersproject.org http://www.retn.org/young-writers-pro... http://digital.vpr.net/term/young-wri... http://burlingtonbookfestival.com
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Phoenix Books is a local, independent bookstore that hosts frequent events where local and not-so-local authors talk about their work. The Authors is produced by Phoenix Books staff with training and equipment provided by RETN.
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MILLENNIAL WRITERS ON STAGE - Jan. 2016 Student writer Rory Belle Carrara reads an untitled creative piece. This special Millennial Writers on Stage event was presented at the RETN Media Factory with production services provided by RETN. Millennial Writers on Stage is a program of the Young Writers Project. more at retn.org/ywp
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Once a year, VT Story Lab invites nonprofits and individuals passionate about storytelling to come together to share their ideas, questions and “home-run” projects, as well as to build skills. This year the summit takes place at Shelburne Farms’ Coach Barn! Meg Campbell, of The Preservation Trust of Vermont, the lead partner of Vermont Story Lab, welcomes 170 participants to the Vermont Story Lab Summit, September 29, 2017. Marybeth Christie Redmond, a nonprofit consultant, and VSL...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Erin Bundock: "Champagne" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2012 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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A performance by Hannah Dennison. A film by Lukas Huffman. Director of Photography Daniel Cojanu Additional Cinematography Seth Neary Choreographers: Hannah Dennison Amy LePage Hansen Hannah Satterlee Original music composed by David Severance Costume design by Marz Black Lighting design by Stefan Jacobs For more information: http://hannahdennison.org
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet David Cavanagh reads his poem entitled "The Ice Man" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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MILLENNIAL WRITERS ON STAGE - Jan. 2016 Paige Hauke reads a piece titled "Grungy Thumbs and Cracked Sidewalks." This special Millennial Writers on Stage event was presented at the RETN Media Factory with production services provided by RETN. Millennial Writers on Stage is a program of the Young Writers Project. more at retn.org/ywp
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Jennifer Haigh is a novelist and short story writer. She is the author of four critically acclaimed novels: Faith, The Condition, Baker Towers and Mrs. Kimble. Her books have won both the PEN/Hemingway Award for debut fiction and the PEN/L.L. Winship Award for work by a New England writer. Her short fiction has been published widely in The Atlantic, Granta, Ploughshares, Good Housekeeping, The Best American Short Stories 2012 and many other publications. Her most recent release is the...
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A panel of guest speakers consider the work and times of Anna Mary Robertson "Grandma" Moses to contextualize the Shelburne Museum exhibit GRANDMA MOSES: AMERICAN MODERN. Panelists include Jamie Franklin, Curator, Bennington Museum; Katherine Jentleson, Ph.D., Merrie and Dan Boone Curator of Folk and Self-Taught Art, High Museum of Art; Jane Kallir, co-director of the Galerie St. Etienne, New York; and moderated by Thomas Denenberg, Ph.D., Director, Shelburne Museum.
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This is a Prehistoric-themed opening reception with faculty from the Smithsonian Institution, followed by Dr. Rick Potts giving a lecture for the general public about the latest research in human evolution and an overview of exhibition themes and messages. The Fletcher Free Library has been selected nationwide as one of 19 public libraries to host a Smithsonian exhibition. Exploring Human Origins: What Does it Mean to be Human? is a traveling exhibition organized by the Smithsonian’s National...
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CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON VERMONT - Feb. 17, 2003 Prof. Ray Zirblis, Dept. of History at Norwich University African American history is deeply embedded in United States history. Historically, African Americans represented less than half a percent of Vermont's total population, yet recent research reveals that African Americans have played a significant, though largely ignored, part in this region's history. They were settlers, soldiers, refugees, ministers, educators, leaders, and activists....
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Run Vermont talks to On Track physical therapist, Brian Loeffler, about tips for runners to prevent aches and pains from becoming injuries. Copyright 2015, Run Vermont, www.runvermont.org
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 30, 2016 Vermont poet Florence McCloud reads her poem entitled "Questions For Monet" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont.
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Spindle & Widget's Gin Ferrara demonstrates a variety of basic shot types that will make your mobile movie so much better.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2013 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Merrick Mendenhall: "Life Behind Sunglasses" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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April 16, 2014 Burlington, Vermont based singer/songwriter Joe Adler draws on influences that range from the blues, folk, and experimental tendencies of Tom Waits, to the poetic leanings of Leonard Cohen. Adler is known for playing in local groups The Wee Folkestra and The Wind Woods, and has toured the northeast as a solo artist opening for folk troubadour Nathan Moore. Adler has collaborated on stage live with such notables as Brad Barr (The Slip, The Barr Brothers), Russ Lawton (Trey...
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CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON VT - March 2004 Dona Brown, Ph.D. Most of us associate the term "back to the land" with the movement of urban- and suburbanites to Vermont in the 1960s and 1970s. But the roots of this movement are much deeper. Back-to-the-land movements have come and gone in waves throughout the past century. At the beginning of the twentieth century, as the United States became a nation of city dwellers, Americans looked "back" to the farm for the first time. Twenty...
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University of Vermont Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Frank Bryan, talks about Vermont as an ideal small-scale laboratory for research on pressing global issues. http://uvm.edu/-crvt http://retn.org/crvt
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Chase Twichell was born in New Haven, Connecticut, and has lived for many years in the Adirondacks. A practicing Buddhist, she is the author of several books of poetry, and her work often reflects her spiritual practice. Introducing her collection The Snow Watcher (1998) to readers of the Washington Post, poet and critic Robert Pinsky describes the poems as “full of sharp observation, both of the world and herself, unsentimental poems with a sinewy intellectual toughness, and, as the book...
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Theatre is Aaron Masi's passion. He is the president and treasurer of the Green Candle Theatre Company, a non-profit organization based in Burlington, Vermont that is dedicated to the production of original theatre, the sustainability of the creative economy, and the cultural development of the community. Aaron Masi is the writer, director, and producer of "The Nose" (2008) and the "the napoleon" (2012). His next original production, "The Pirate Play", premiers...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2012 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2014 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Jeff Mao joined Common Sense Education in the fall of 2014. He provides strategic consulting to states and districts on the effective implementation of digital learning programs. He was a lead facilitator for the Future Ready Schools Summits, and a lead author of Utah Essential Elements For Digital Power Learning, the state’s master plan. Prior to joining Common Sense Education, Jeff served as the Learning Technology Policy Director for the Maine Department of Education. In that role, he...
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March 19, 2014 Join established artists Joe Adler and Patrick Fitzsimmons for this Musicians For Musicians panel discussion on the topic of getting your music from the studio to your fans -- what format is best for you, how to raise the funds to afford traditional recording and manufacturing, the digital options for getting your music out there and more. This is an intimate, informal discussion with musicians who have 'been there,' and want to share their wisdom to help you succeed. Rocket Shop...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2012 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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RETN worked with Perfect Circle Communications and Design to produce this commercial spot for Better Living Audiology.
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"The Snaz started in 2011 with a bunch of songs and few local gigs. In the fall of 2012, the Snaz gained the attention of Grammy award winning music producer, Peter Solley who worked with them on their first two audio releases. When the Snaz won the Brattleboro Battle of the Bands, their prize was recording time at the world-class Guilford Sound studio in Guilford, Vermont. The resulting CD in the spring of 2013 produced a hit tune, “Anna”, which was the #2 song on Northampton’s WRSI...
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Alaina Pinto and the Fox 44 crew visit the Rick Marcotte Central School to interview students and teachers about their award-winning music video.
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The Vermont Youth Orchestra performs the introduction suite, Dance of the Firebird, from Igor Stravinsky's (1882-1971) "The Firebird." Performed at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts in Burlington, VT.
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